PROPOSAL: HOW TO BUILD THE CAMPAIGN (SUMMARY)

by Birmingham Coalition to Stop South African Coal
Binghamton, Alabama, United States
Undated, January or February 1975?
1 page
Type: Leaflet
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
This summary proposal discusses how to build a campaign against importing South African coal. It argues that the campaign should have two goals: give concrete support to the liberation struggles of the Azanian people and educate Americans about the nature of imperialism by linking the struggles of the multinational working class and other oppressed people in the U.S. to that of the Azanian people. The leaflet says the main blow of the campaign will be directed at the Southern Company. [Notes: This document was apparently produced by the Birmingham Coalition to Stop the Coal. It may have been produced for distribution at the Southwide Conference to Stop South Africa Coal held February 1-2, 1975. The acronym ALSC on the leaflet stands for the African Liberation Support Committee.]
Collection: Henry Lieberg collection